Out of curiousity, why should I get rid of the DVD-ROM? I like the idea of having two drives for ease of copying music compilations that I put together for my wife and I.
Yesterday, I did have one failure while using CD-DVDSpeed with jitter scanning. Everything before and after the failure burned successfully. I was using the "create disc" when it failied. The error message said, "No additional sense information (000000)." I wondered if it was just an anomaly. To rule out the cable, I picked up a Ultra ATA 100 round cable and replaced the original with it. While replacing the cable, switched the locations of the drives in the computer and on the cable. The iHAP is at the end and the DVD-ROM is in the middle now.
If I elliminate the DVD-ROM, would it be OK to replace it with another drive, like another iHAP, or some other burner, or even another DVD-ROM?